Chuncha Skatepark
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City Half Moon Bay
State California
Country United States
Continent North America

The only think I knew about Half Moon Bay was that legendary 'Ragnar' was the top surf dog over there. One day I decided to go over and scope the waves and stopped by the local surf shop HMB. The surf barnie over there said "there's no waves brah, but a new skatepark opened for the flat days. So I took my long board out and cruised over to check it out.

WHAT: A miniramp, a pyramid, some quarterpipes all layered with skatelite

GOOD: The miniramp is good but needs a new layer.

BAD: The pavement is hell, they allow rollerbladers and surf barnies call you howlie.

PADS: Helmet laws are posted but not enforced.

ADDRESS: 520 Kelly, St Half Moon Bay, CA 94019

HOW TO FIND IT: Take the 92 west to HMB and go south on HWY 1, turn left on State street and the park is on the right.

Thrasher Skatepark Rating: 0 / 10

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upgraded hmb park

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4.0
Reviewed by the coast side HMB - November 14, 2010
 

the half moon bay park was fixed up with a new mini pipe with a roll in on the back that goes to a talbe top thing that has rail through one side of it and a new pyramid. there is also a skate/bike shop next to it and a middle school next to the park. the midle school has a bank, ledge, stairs, rails. the biggest stair case is a seven stair.

 
 
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